This event is being hosted in collaboration with the Virginia Society of CPAs (VSCPA).
This course includes an analysis of all of the relevant authoritative pronouncements that a CPA must have an understanding of in order to properly perform preparation, compilation and review engagements. Explore the changes made by SSARS 25 along with implementation guidance, and review troublesome areas as identified in peer reviews and litigation. Participants who take this course will enjoy a smooth sailing in their peer reviews . guaranteed!
Speaker: Walter Haig, II, CPA
Walter J. Haig II, CPA, owns his own CPA firm in Creston, Wash. He has extensive experience in auditing, accounting and advisory services and family-owned businesses. He is also a highly regarded consultant in cases involving accountant’s malpractice. Walter lectures nationally in the areas of auditing, accounting, compilation and review services, personal financial statements, forecasts and projections and personal financial planning. His skills as an instructor have won him the American Institute of CPAs (AICPA) “Outstanding Discussion Leader Award” five times and the Washington Society of CPAs (WSCPA) “Highest Rated Instructor Award” six times. The WSCPA “Discussion Leader of the Year Award” was named in his honor in 1990. Walter is the author of 10 highly rated continuing professional education courses that are being utilized on a national basis. He has served on various AICPA and WSCPA task forces and committees in the areas of auditing, personal financial planning and continuing education.
This course is designed to enable participants to understand and implement the pronouncements, interpretations and technical practice aids that apply to SSARS engagements. This course is also designed to make practitioners aware of common deficiencies in SSARS engagements and how to avoid them.
Anyone needing to understand and implement the pronouncements, interpretations and technical practice aids that apply to SSARS engagements; Practitioners who need to be aware of common deficiencies in SSARS engagements and how to avoid them